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La verdad : an international dialogue on hip hop Latinidades

Title
La verdad : an international dialogue on hip hop Latinidades / edited by Melissa Castillo-Garsow and Jason Nichols.
Format
Book
Published
Columbus : The Ohio State University Press, [2016] ©2016
Description
xiv, 317 pages ; 24 cm.
URL
<Contributor biographical information> https://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1618/2016021659-b.html <Publisher description> https://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1618/2016021659-d.html
Other contributors
Planas, Melissa Castillo, 1984- editor. Nichols, Jason, 1978- editor.
Uniform series
Global Latin/o Americas.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Hip hop Latinidades: more than just rapping in Spanish / Melissa Castillo-Garsow and Jason Nichols
  • Borderland hip hop rhetoric: identity and counterhegemony / Robert Tinajero
  • !Ya basta con Latino!: the re-indigenization and re-Africanization of hip hop / Pancho McFarland and Jared A. Ball
  • From Panama to the Bay: Los Rakas's expressions of Afrolatinidad / Petra R. Rivera-Rideau
  • Bandoleros: the Black spiritual identities of Tego Calderon and Don Omar / Jason Nichols
  • "Te llevaste mi oro": ChocQuibTown and Afro-Colombian cultural memory / Christopher Dennis
  • Now let's shake to this: viral power and flow from Harlem to São Paulo / Honey Crawford
  • Collective amnesia / Bocafloja
  • "Yo soy hip hop": transnationalism and authenticity in Mexican New York / Melissa Castillo-Garsow
  • Graffiti and rap on Mexico's northern border: observing two youth practices-transgressions or reproductions of social order? / Lisset Anahí Jiménez Estudillo ; translated by Janelle Gondar
  • Somos pocos pero somos locos: Chicano hip hop finds a small but captive audience in Taipei / Daniel D. Zarazua
  • Chicana hip hop: expanding knowledge in the L.A. barrio / Diana Carolina Peláez Rodríguez ; translated by Adriana Onita
  • Daring to be "mujeres libres, lindas, locas": an interview with the ladies destroying crew of Nicaragua and Costa Rica / Jessica N. Pabón
  • "Conscious Cuban rap": Krudas Cubensi and Supercrónica Obsesión / Sandra Abd'Allah-Álvarez Ramírez ; translated by Janelle Gondar
  • Ethnicity, race, nation, and the male voice in Alteño hip hop in Bolivia / María Angela Riveros Pinto ; translated by Jocelyn Langer, Manuela Borzone, and Alexander Ponomareff
  • Homosexuals, hemophiliacs, heroin addicts, and Haitians: how hip hop transformed Haitian stigmatization into a source of pride / Stéphanie Melyon-Reinette
  • Hip hop culture bridges gaps between young Caribbean citizens / Steve Gadet
  • AfroReggae and Grupo Cultural Afro Reggae: a study of the early years / Sarah Soanirina Ohmer.
Subject headings
Rap (Music)--Latin America--History and criticism. Rap (Music)--Social aspects--United States. Rap (Music)--Social aspects--Latin America. Rap (Music)--History and criticism. Hip-hop--United States--Influence. Hip-hop--Latin America--Influence. Latin American Music Collection.
ISBN
9780814213155 (cloth ; alk. paper) 0814213154 (cloth ; alk. paper) 0814213154

Holdings

Library
Blmgtn - Music Library
Call Number
ML3918.R37 V47 2016
Location
Stacks
Floor
3rd Floor
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